A Jeep Wrangler Pickup Could Soon Be Yours
With word from Automotive News that a Jeep Wrangler pickup will soon be available, the prayers of Indian Head and Melville drivers have finally been answered. Already a legend of off-roading, a Wrangler pickup could burst onto the scene in 2017 or 2018, and both automotive experts and Canadian drivers are rightly thrilled by the news.
The Long Awaited Pickup
The Jeep Wrangler pickup is a concept that has been rumored for years, and Automotive News claims to have verified that the project has finally been given the green light.
The team at Automotive News has let the world know that the Cherokee will now be manufactured at another facility, a move that will free up space to bring the next-gen Wrangler to fruition without stopping assembly of the current model. That also means plenty of space for a pickup model, which is expected to sit well with Fiat Chrysler’s successful Ram line.
A Capable New Pickup
It’s currently unclear what the Wrangler pickup will look like, though Jeep has fanned the flames of interest with several concepts, such as the Wrangler Red Rock Responder shown in March at the Easter Jeep Safari.
The muscular Red Rock Responder concept looks like a good bet for an idea of the Wrangler pickup, with Jeep stating that it is “built to traverse the world’s harshest terrain with premium off-road equipment to respond to any vehicle emergency with spare parts and tools stored in the built-in drawers and compartments of the cargo box.” It stood on 37-inch tires, and included a lift jack, fire extinguisher, and roadside accessory kit.
The 2016 Jeep Wrangler
The Wrangler pickup should coincide with the redesigned model, building on the recent refresh. The 2016 Jeep Wrangler is currently available to provide Indian Head and Melville drivers with the best-in-class capability they need to venture where others fear to tread, so come down to Knight Weyburn CDJR today for a closer look.
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It’ll be a few years until we’re able to sit behind the wheel of a Jeep Wrangler pickup, but we’re sure it will be well worth the wait. For more information as it develops, remember to keep checking back with us at Knight Weyburn CDJR.